Lobster & Prawn Mousse

This is simply constructing a brilliant dish that I had in a 2star Michelin restaurant. You can easily buy all the ingredients at the supermarket.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 4 Cook: 45 min

Ingredients

1) Prawns (cooked or raw) 150g
1) Dressed lobster 1 tin (43g)
1) Cod 150g
1) Egg white 1
1) Potato starch or cornflour 1 tsp
1) Salt 0.5 tsp
2) Lobster bisque 1 tin (400g)
6) Spinach 50g
6) Lumpfish caviar 4 tsp

Method

1
Put half the prawns, lobster, cod, potato starch, egg white and salt into a blender. Mix until sticky.
2
Roughly chop the remaining prawns into 1cm dice. Mix with a quarter lobster bisque (100g) and Step 1, then mix thoroughly.
3
Divide the mix into 4 and wrap each in cling film. Twist and secure with clips.
4
Steam the parcels for 10 minutes (in a steamer or a colander above boiling water).
5
In the meantime, warm up the remaining bisque on medium heat.
6
Allow Step 4 to cool, then wrap each in lightly cooked spinach leaves (cook in a microwave for 30 seconds). Arrange in a soup bowl and decorate with the caviar. Pour in the bisque around the mousse.
7
You can add white or pink peppercorns if you like, or double cream.

Tips & Note

Adding the chopped prawns gives a good texture to the mousse. Wrapping in spinach leaves makes this dish look that bit more special or exclusive, especially when entertaining.

Lobster & Prawn Mousse

This is simply constructing a brilliant dish that I had in a 2star Michelin restaurant. You can easily buy all the ingredients at the supermarket.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 4

Cook: 45 min

Ingredients

1) Prawns (cooked or raw) 150g
1) Dressed lobster 1 tin (43g)
1) Cod 150g
1) Egg white 1
1) Potato starch or cornflour 1 tsp
1) Salt 0.5 tsp
2) Lobster bisque 1 tin (400g)
6) Spinach 50g
6) Lumpfish caviar 4 tsp

Lobster & Prawn Mousse

Recipe ID :507 Posted on 09 MAY 2015

Serves 4

Cook 45min
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This is simply constructing a brilliant dish that I had in a 2star Michelin restaurant. You can easily buy all the ingredients at the supermarket.

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1 tin (43g)
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0.5 tsp
1 tin (400g)
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Method

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45min
1
Put half the prawns, lobster, cod, potato starch, egg white and salt into a blender. Mix until sticky.
2
Roughly chop the remaining prawns into 1cm dice. Mix with a quarter lobster bisque (100g) and Step 1, then mix thoroughly.
3
Divide the mix into 4 and wrap each in cling film. Twist and secure with clips.
4
Steam the parcels for 10 minutes (in a steamer or a colander above boiling water).
5
In the meantime, warm up the remaining bisque on medium heat.
6
Allow Step 4 to cool, then wrap each in lightly cooked spinach leaves (cook in a microwave for 30 seconds). Arrange in a soup bowl and decorate with the caviar. Pour in the bisque around the mousse.
7
You can add white or pink peppercorns if you like, or double cream.

Tips & Note

Adding the chopped prawns gives a good texture to the mousse. Wrapping in spinach leaves makes this dish look that bit more special or exclusive, especially when entertaining.

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